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-- and technology is providing what he sees as an unprecedented opportunity. >> not just facebook in the heat of tahrir square, but the peaceful march across the world of mobile phones, across the parched land of the sahara and dense rainforest of the congo. technology is transforming things. >> reporter: mentioned one, his popular grassroots campaign committed to the fight against poverty and preventible diseases around the world. >> well, this generation has the chance to challenge the absurdity of where you live deciding whether you live. >> reporter: international politics major marybeth bronaham stepped up during a q and a session. her sister is working in rwanda with a little boy that has aids and she wanted to know what sort of future the child may have and received a candid answer. >> i would say the future for francois is in jeopardy. >> i'm sorry, i was a little bit taken a back that he said his future was uncertain. one thing he said that the power lies in the geek i think and so i think the power lies in university students like us to change, to contribute to the effort. >> repo
. ordered to go of up his dna. the emergence of dna technology gave us new tools to solve brutal assaults from many years ago. and we should take advantage to hold criminals responsible. we urge, again, the d.c. council to react promptly to remove the artificial barriers to prosecution so rapists don't get away with their crimes. a request ward 3 council member mary chay said deserves another look. >> i think we should take a look at it and we would have to be careful, how much longer shall we have the statute of limitations. and that sort of thing. it's something that we should look at. >> reporter: but for the woman raped in 1999, it looks as if the prosecution is gone forever. >> i was mad. they made me try to remember everything that happened, and you know, no justice was served. i felt a panic attack and i have mental mood problems because of what happened and again for me to bring this back up. i don't understand. if nothing was going to be done, why did they bring this back up? >> reporter: she was fully prepared to testify in court if the case went that far and she's furious that
this week. >> coming up tonight, how technology is taking the pain out of picking a new appliance. >> and we could see showers overnight. gary is back with your extended forecast.  >>> picking a new appliance can be confusing. all the brands and find out which one is right for you. and for now, the technology is only available to consumers in the dc area. laura evans is here now. >> when i first saw this i thought another story about appliances. but this is really cool. when you go to the store this helps you cut to the chase to save money and buy a product that's more energy owe fish ent. there was no way to tell how much a product would cost you to run until now. >> kristy is looking for a coffee maker. >> this one is $53. i'm interested in having a low cost initially when i purchase the coffee maker but i don't want my energy cost to go up. >> john had the same concern when he was shopping. >> i couldn't find any information that could tell me which one was more environmental friendly. >> that information wasn't available anywhere. >> so he started sevinia
some popular new technology to make their concept work. so take a look. e a look. >> but when you get there, you are able to skip the line, the no cover charge, getting drink specials and things like that. >> reporter: a hot night on the town complete with vip treatment and transportation. >> definitely something that people are talking about more and more. >> reporter: the d.c. hopper is a brand-new way to get to and from some of the region's favorite spots for fight life. it is a creation of brandon yu and alex middle. >> we went to winston churchill high school, local, born and raised. >> they quickly became frustrated with the limited transportation available on weekend nights. >> we want to be able to get out in d.c. and experience other areas but it wasn't convenient. we would have to walk to the metro or get out here via cab but we couldn't get back. because when we last -- cabs wouldn't drive us home or the metro would be closed. we wanted a convenient fun way to get around d.c. >> reporter: enter the d.c. hopper. the shuttle runs every half our on fridays and saturdays from 9
to have a booty call. >> he's trying to get some? >> right. he's trying to get some. >> it's technology. everything is evolving. it's the same exact thing as passing notes, bakely. >> can you see people are talking about it. the website's founder said it's so popular, there is a new user every three seconds and it may expand now by creating a website just for men appropriately called shetexted.com. >> i'm trying to figure out what all of the letters mean sometimes. >> me and you both. >> give me the basics right now. >>> there are two new editions to the national toy hall of fame. what about this? the latest legends, starwars -- star wars figures and dominoes. a committee picked out the final two out of 12 finalists and they will be a part of the national hall of fame in rochester, new york. and i'll tell you what, star wars dominates my house. and there -- a lot are leggo figures. >> that is what that is. >> i'm trying to figure out what kk means in text. >> okay, okay? >> times two? >> reporter: don't know. >> hey, gary. >> who knew they had a toy hall of fame. >> did you know that? >
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